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  1. I don't know what exactly is provided by the signal out. I'm just trying to see how far I can get and give him a clear answer. I think this is the manual https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/pdf/H2616_Manual.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwjL6bWv3pftAhVQThUIHcbMBCUQFjAAegQIARAB&usg=AOvVaw0yeKJKMztlrt1gmY6nhdUl
  2. The DVR unit works with a monitor, which shows the camera views. There's an HDD which records. There is also a network signal which can be connected with a cable to a router (this is in the manual). The IP settings and the test are also in the manual. My friend was told that this signal could be 'read' or viewed by an app on a phone or laptop. The manual is a bit unclear about exactly what the available functionality is. Whether that is as ridiculous as feeding DVD into a VHS player I don't know, but I haven't had much/any experience with networks. Thanks again
  3. Thanks. The unit does work in the sense that it records. We can find sections of recording based on time/date and so on. In the past the police have taken it away and extracted recordings. It clearly produces a feed which you can connect to a router. My friend thinks it should be plug/play like the recent systems he has bought - the cameras now you do just plug in, launch the app and there it is. This older DVR isn't like that I think.
  4. Hello, I'm helping a friend set-up his JPG2000 stand alone DVR. He'd like to view the feed on his phone, but we're struggling. I know it's an old system now, but I'd like to see if we can do it. Is it simply a matter of feeding the network cable into a router port? Will an IP camera app then be able find this feed? The JPG2000 manual gives the details of how to setup the IP config, DDNS, DHCP etc. I have been unable to get into the router setup to see if that helps. The home broadband setup is a little complicated because there is a BT hub, a pair of extenders, and then a wire connection to a router, to which the JPG2000 is fed into. Apologies if I'm being naive in expecting this to work. I'm a novice, and we're just trying to see if we can see the feed. Thanks for any help. Cheers